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Things I liked: RWS Air Chamber oil has a needle to put the drops of lubricant where it belongs. I have yet to fire my RWS model 48 side cocker after putting a couple of drops of oil into it. I never knew until reading on Pyramyd Air that a silicone is required in spring air rifles.
Things I would have changed: The price of this product is a little expensive and also the shipping for a small bottle of this RWS. Then only reason I did not rate this product higher is because of the price of Silicone oil and the shipping price.
What others should know: No I have not tried any of my spring air guns with this oil but I will fire my RWS soon.
Things I liked: I bought my first air piston in 1973, a Crossman Mark II. I used Beeman chamber oil for years. I ordered this my last order, and can tell no difference in function of my old Crossman after thousands of pellets and 43 years of use. I believe that using this oil is the reason my Crossman still functions. All I have done is replace the O ring on the pellet seater, and a couple of O rings in the Co2 chamber.
Things I would have changed: The only thing I would change is lowering the price. I'm 82 years old living on a fixed income.
Things I liked: Price
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: This seems like a small amount but at a couple of drops per 100 shots it will last a long long time. It will keep your rifle shooting for a long long time without having to replace you piston seals.
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is this oil safe to use on N/P break Barrell rifles like the Benjamin trail N/P rifle
this ok for pcp air rifles if not what do you recommend?
If you are looking to lubricate o-rings I would recommend using some silicone grease. This would not be my first choice. Check out the Hill Pump Silicone grease.